I suppose it is subjective.Kind of. Where did the colour and all the tatanka go? The Spanish one is better.
I agree with you.The best title treatment - as seen on the DVD and elsewhere in other languages - and artwork from one of the original poster designs ...
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... making for a splendid steelbook with more going on and better colours than the similar style release from Germany . . . disc art matching the inside of the case es muy interesante.
Apart from the mismatched art on the spine - which I'd have preferred in a colour block - looks like the best steelbook for this film released to date.
The label who done this release all of their releases are bootleg releasesNot saying it isn't Paul, but can you look at it and immediately know it's a bootleg, i.e. does something give it away?
I've read something to that effect too. But how do you know that's true? Again, it wouldn't bother me one way or another.The label who done this release all of their releases are bootleg releases
They are unlicenced releases
Pirated copies of other licenced labels releases
Spain has be selling bootleg releases for years and nothing has been done to stop itWell, if that's true they will be sued in no time.